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December 06, 2016

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Lois Turner

Because Massachusetts desperately needed another law school.

Captain Hruska Carswell, Continuance King

Mass has a law school gap. It will be beautiful, believe me. They'll put in a Hardees at the student union.

Enrique Guerra Pujol

Can we just get rid of the ABA already? Why do we need a gatekeeper org like the ABA deciding what the optimal number of law schools should be; why not let the market decide?

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Enrique

Let the market decide.

Get rid of federal subsidies (i.e., unlimited federal loans without any underwriting or even a whit of concern about whether the money spent will enable the debtor to obtain entrance into the law and earn enough to pay back the loan).

See what happens.

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